Mathematical Modelling of the Shooting from a Moving Carrier
Keywords:burst fire, dispersion of projectiles and rockets, external ballistics, mathematical modeling, mechanical system, moving carrier
AbstractThe work is devoted to development of software complex for modeling the dynamic characteristics of a moving carrier when fire in bursts and to study of their impact on shooting accuracy. A mathematical model for mechanical system of moving carrier is given, which allows to take into account the movement and vibrations of the helicopter, as well as the mutual influence of the system “helicopter – rocket-gun armament”. The research results of the dispersion of projectiles and rockets when fire in bursts, depending on the parameters of the movement of moving carrier and the shooting mode, are presented. The paper gives a description and outlines the working principles of the software complex for visualization of simulation results.
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